GDYNIA, Poland — Latvia has selected “Mother, I Love You" as its foreign-language film Oscar candidate. Janis Nords’ movie, which is about a 12-year-old boy whose spiral of lies spins out of control…
TORONTO — Australia has selected “The Rocket” as its contender for the foreign-language Academy Award race. The film is an Australia-Laos co-production in the Lao language, directed by Australia's…
From the point of view of world sports, Brazil is about to have its blazing moment in the sun. Will this period of high visibility also extend to other sectors of its culture?
Australian documentarian Kim Mordaunt makes an impressive narrative debut with this Laos-set humanist drama.
Calin Peter Netzer's Romanian social drama "Child's Pose" won the Berlin Film Festival's Golden Bear for best picture Saturday, while David Gordon Green took the Silver Bear for director for "Prince…
The Berlin Film Festival's Generation children and youth section has completed this year's lineup.
Daniel Patrick Carbone's "Hide Your Smiling Faces" and Tom Gilroy's "The Cold Lands" are among three U.S. films selected for the Berlin Film Festival's youth showcase, Generation.
The journey of the first giraffe transported from Africa to Paris gets a fanciful retelling in "Zarafa."
That it sometimes takes one death to accept another is the message of "Kauwboy," an unpretentious kidpic that balances sweet and sour in just the right doses.
Matthew Gordon's indie "The Dynamiter" and Zhang Yimou's drama "Under the Hawthorn Tree," a love story set against the backdrop of China's Cultural Revolution, are among the first 12 titles selected…
With eight features and eight shorts in the official section, Scandinavian film is having a banner year at the 2010 Berlinale.
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